Have you ever used, or considered using, a Doppler during pregnancy within the last 5 years? Would you be willing to contribute to some at-home Fetal Doppler research by speaking to a team from Oxford University about your experiences? If so, read on!
Researchers from the University of Oxford would like to speak with people who have decided whether or not to use an at-home fetal Doppler during pregnancy.
What is a Fetal Doppler?
Fetal Dopplers are handheld devices that are used to measure an unborn baby’s heartrate during pregnancy. They are often used in medical settings, but are also available to buy for at-home use. The team hope to learn more about how pregnant people gain information about and use Dopplers.
We are looking to interview people aged 18 years old or over living in England who have used, or considered using, a Doppler during pregnancy within the last 5 years. The interview will take around 30-45 minutes, and can be scheduled at a time that suits you.
You will be asked about your experiences with, and perspectives towards, fetal Dopplers. You will be given an Amazon voucher as a thank you for your time.
For more information about our Fetal Doppler research, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.